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of the healthcare situation, the elderly population, made it inevitable. there was rising mass pressure for it. congress had to doomed that. our roles, as conservatives, beenham said, is to make this new thing work as well as possible. it's good there was voice there saying that. buckley was more free market, though. he was actually more interested in economics than rusher was. so i don't think there was a big dispute about the welfare state to. to the extent there was burnham would be the advocate of accommodating it, but still he is conservative, an economic conservative. rusher was not as libertarian or small government as frank meyer, but in general the two of them lined up. i'm sorry? >> what about priscilla buckley? >> i simply don't know about that. what is perfectly clear is that she and burnham were very close in professional sense. their personalities were just meshed together really well. they were both very calm people. they both believed in a very high literary quality for the magazine. and in keeping things that just didn't measure up intellectually or might be too extreme, out o
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